The internet is a treasure box when it comes to exploring new, unexpected and sometimes controversial ideas. The beauty of stumbling upon an idea that makes you think is priceless, but not always so easy to find. In TED tradition, I would like to share four ideas I recently stumbled upon. These ideas […]
Tungsten lights, white and colourful neon; people working and people sleeping; lit buildings and dark pathways; empty streets and bus stops. Bikes locked to street lamps, telephone booths and cigarette machines. Viennese nights are visually stunning. Streets are paved with colours, contrasts, textures and gradients. Objects unnoticed during daytime become […]
102 years ago, Wolfgang Riepl a German classical scholar and journalist, formulated a hypothesis concerning the disappearing of media. According to Riepl, new media technologies tend to drive the old ones out of the market since they reshape trends in offer and demand, changing the products people need – or […]
Nature is often remarkedly structured and precise. Mathematics has been used since the ancient times to describe the earth and the universe. Especially the greek were masters in handeling numbers and using the power of mathematical formulars to explain natural processes like acceleration of objects and many more.